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Cremated remains confusion restricts last wishes

Lodge Branch:
December 19th, 2011
Families are holding onto their loved ones’ ashes because of restrictions and confusion on scattering cremated remains, according to a report from The Co-operative Funeralcare. Its survey of 3,000 people revealed that three in five would like to scatter a relative’s ashes at a special place or bury them under a memorial but rules, confusion over rules or environmental concerns prevent many from doing so. Andrew L...

E.A. Langley Host Christmas Lunch

Lodge Branch:
December 16th, 2011
As a follow up to a Service of Remembrance, E.A. LANGLEY, the family run funeral directors, organised Christmas Lunch and Party on Saturday 3rd December for 65 senior citizens. According to Paul Bye, manager at E.A. Langley, “it was a lovely occasion. We donated a large 8ft Christmas tree with lights and the ladies, all widows, first attended a mass, which was followed by drinks and nibbles accompanied by festive ...

Best dressed Christmas Tree in Ashford

Lodge Branch:
December 15th, 2011
Lodge Brothers Ashford Branch has won the award for “Best Dressed Christmas Tree” in Ashford. The competition runs hand in hand with Ashford on The Map, which Beverley Lodge (Director), Richard Leachman (Manager) and Kate Thulborn (funeral arranger) took part in by supplying mince pies, cupcakes and mulled wine in the freezing cold. They raised around £240.00 on the night for our local charity, Ashford Stroke ...

Sara Runs for Princess Alice

Lodge Branch:
December 14th, 2011
Sara Matthews, Lodge Brothers Marketing Manager, ran last Sunday in the Santa Fun Run in aid of the Princess Alice Hospice. Sara, together with her daughter Millie and group of friends, all dressed up in red Santa uniforms, complete with big white beards, and ran three times round Old Deer Park. “Exhausting but great fun” said Sara “but if I do it next year I must remember not to go out the night before!” ...

Lodge Brothers Host Remembrance Service

Lodge Branch:
December 9th, 2011
This year the annual service of Remembrance sponsored by Lodge Brothers Funeral Directors and was held at St Matthews Church. This was the third year running the family run local funeral directors held a service for their families. Over 230 people packed the church, last Sunday for a service lead by Father Ralph Horton with a poem read by Beverley Lodge and reading by Richard Leachman (Lodge Brothers District Manage...
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